It's a new season and we're ready to celebrate with YOU and our friends!
Join Marker Nine on Saturday, May 7, 2022 from 3 to 7 p.m. for our first ever Spring Marker Nine Block Party!
New designs and product lines will be unveiled and available (dog leashes and collars are just the beginning)!
Friends - like Little England Mercantile and Sara Harris Photography next door + the new Uncle Dave's Kettle Corn Gloucester + York River Oysters by Tommy Leggett + Gloucester Mathews Humane Society - will be on site!
Marker Nine invites the community to the grand opening of its first brick-and-mortar storefront on Friday, Nov. 19, from 4 to 9 p.m.
The casual, coastal apparel company’s new retail store is located at the Shops at Tidemill, 2082 George Washington Highway in Gloucester Point.
The 16,000-square foot renovated strip mall across Route 17 from Scoot’s BBQ also includes anchor store Little England Mercantile, marketing and communications firm Consociate Media, and its neighbor, Sara Harris Photography. Marker Nine will be next door to Severn Wharf Custom Rods.
“While Marker Nine ships its merchandise all over the country,...
By now, we hope you recognize Marker Nine as the casual, coastal apparel company that celebrates the water and the lifestyle around it.
Find the distinctive logo with an encircled 9 on products that include hoodies, shirts with long and short sleeves and hats.
Rudy Heinatz and Mike Silberhorn founded the Gloucester-based company in 2015.
But what exactly does Marker Nine mean?
Channel markers guide boaters just as road signs direct cars. Just like a green light means “go” when you’re driving, a green channel marker gives the go-ahead to continue your direction minus any hazards. All...
FALL GIVEAWAY ALERT
One lucky winner is going to receive $50 to spend online!
Here's how to enter:
Like the Facebook and/or Instagram post about the giveaway.
Comment on the post by telling us how you enjoy living a coastal life. Or, just drop us a note to say hi!
(Optional) Tag a friend!
The sweepstakes begins on Saturday, October...
When Bruce and Cathy Vogt bought their home in Hayes, Virginia, they were looking for a waterfront spot with room for their horses. What they didn't realize was just how perfect their geography was to growing oysters in a region known for its seafood.
Today, the Vogts are some of the most prolific oyster growers in rural coastal Virginia and their Big Island Aquaculture Oysters are enjoyed by seafood lovers from Nashville to Richmond and many points in between.
We sat down with Bruce recently to get to know his love of the coastal life better with the Marker...